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The Great American Jewclipse

Hotels near Madras, Oregon have been booked out for three years. Columbia, South Carolina is welcoming over one million visitors to a town of 800,000. Up to 7.4 million people will be travelling to a 70-mile wide swath of land that stretches across 14 states. As visitors flock to the path of totality, Chabad is there to assist them.

Teens and Seniors Link Hearts

“Look, I can speak to my grandkids with this!” Holly Cohen, a resident at Bristal Assisted Living facility, exclaims. She’s holding an iPad, a gift from her son that she’s using for the first time. Billy Gold is the middle school student who helped her navigate the software. He’s part of a committed group that visits monthly from Valley Chabad of Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey.

Curitiba Chabad Honors IDF Soldiers with Medals

Close to four hundred members of the Jewish community of Curitiba, Paraná, in South Brazil, packed the “Buffet Du Batel” hall last Monday evening in celebration of an unprecedented and exciting event commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the liberation and reunification of the city of Jerusalem and the launching of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Tefillin Campaign.

Broad Base Rallies Behind Chabad of East Boca

A broad base of Orthodox groups, city officials and others have filed briefs in support of Chabad of East Boca Raton, whose efforts to build a permanent facility have met legal opposition from locals and secularist legal advocates, as their case heads to a federal appeals court.

Chabad of Stanford University to Get $1.3 Million

Taube Philanthropies announced it has pledged a $1.3 million grant to Stanford Chabad, led by Rabbi Dov Greenberg. The funds will be used to buy a new property near the Stanford University campus and construct a new Stanford Jewish center, to be named Taube Chabad House.